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Cameron Bishop

Workplace change can be scary. For most people, speaking in public can trigger angst. To others, meeting your new boss for the first time might have you losing sleep in nervous anticipation. However, for everyone, stress and anxiety are normal reactions to uncertainty. But the pioneer qualities of determination and flexibility can help you shake off those feelings. And, they are the key to creating…


Dan Rose

No doubt you’ve heard that it’s ok to be assertive when dealing with others, but being aggressive crosses the line. Still, if you’re like many people, there is a VERY thin line between assertiveness and aggressiveness.  And, in the heat of the moment, it’s very easy to cross that line. Furthermore, if you’re especially emotional at that instant, it’s easy to bulldoze your way over…


Dan Rose

A confrontation is usually a conversation with heightened emotions. Sometimes it is a result of unresolved conflict. Sometimes it is a cause of future conflict. And sometimes, if managed properly, it can be the beginning of greater trust and understanding. But first, you must learn to control your fear of confrontation. Reasons people fear confrontation Charley Reid from LovePanky.com says there are six reasons that…


Dan Rose

“If I had eight hours to chop down a tree, I’d spend six sharpening my axe.” Abraham Lincoln on being prepared in general, but it also applies to one of the biggest negotiation mistakes. When negotiating a contract with a vendor, some negotiators feel there is “always another vendor—so don’t give an inch.” But this can generate long-term problems for you and higher costs to…


Dan Rose

Unfortunately, we all know what it’s like to have the perfect response pop into our head after an important situation or verbal exchange—too late to be of any use. Yet there are those individuals who always seem to know exactly what to do—and say—in any conflict or crisis. You may think that you’ll never be able to do that, but honestly, with a few tips,…


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